Edward Snowden releases some operational records
Senate testimony explains the difference between good austerity and bad.
What else is there to say?
Blame the "sequester" of course, despite increased D.C. spending
Maybe he could lay himself off
Former OMB director says decline may be irreversible
Cats and dogs living together!
Not exactly a core function of an over-stretched government
No room for anything else
Once again, spending is going up, just not as much as they'd like
They just don't count $100B in spending and fudge their assumptions
Plan to advance a bill requiring one
Senate hasn't passed budget resolution since 2009
So we're facing a "fiscal cliff," Ben Bernanke's term for the following things scheduled to take place on January 1, 2013.
In the aftermath of this month's election, Democrats have renewed the push for higher tax rates on top earners.
$207 billion less than last year
It would be months before they saw impacts, they believe
What's the possibility of sequestration?
In order to prevent government shutdown